Celebrating the Music of The Beatles
Celebrate The Beatles with a fresh, vibrant, and musically-authentic act that gets audiences “rising” to their feet: Here Comes the Sun! From the stages of Broadway, Lincoln Center, Trans-Siberian Orchestra and hottest clubs in Nashville and NY. This rostered band of multiinstrumentalist/vocalists combine talents to recreate a decade of Beatles soundscapes. Foregoing costumes and wigs to focus on the MUSIC, this modern rock-and-roll experience satisfies the true Beatles fan!
Here Comes the Sun is an extraordinary musical celebration of a decade of Beatles Music. Not an impersonation act, this five-person band of multi-instrumentalist/vocalists from Broadway, Lincoln Center, and the Trans-SiberianOrchestra create a fresh, vibrant, and one-of-a-kind concert experience that celebrates ten years of music from the Fab 4.
As the popularity of The Beatles reached epic proportions, they took musical risks that led to a catalog of music like no other band has ever generated. Here Comes the Sun recreates this deeply-layered and multi-textured creative period using the combined efforts of five players switching between various instruments in a modern rock-and-roll experience!
Here Comes The Sun Band also plays the iconic music of the Eagles as a follow up concert. Many audiences fall in love with these guys and their amazing musicianship. Presenters find that bringing them back to play the music of the Eagles excites audiences to return to see these fellas live.
“Audiences can’t get enough! Their vocals are perfection, and the music flat out rocks. Easily one of the most popular groups we work with. They incite the whole crowd to twist and shout the night away.” – Artistic Director, Flat Rock Playhouse (Hendersonville NC)
“HERE COMES THE SUN rocked the house! They delivered on each and every song and they captured the essence of the original performers. A perfect sound, musically impeccable, and a loving tribute of original classics! This performance would have made John, Paul, George and Ringo proud.” – Northern Kentucky University School of the Arts–
“The audience sprang to their feet. Don’t hesitate for a second! Book “Here Comes The Sun” and just bask in the positive response. A virtuosic performance.” –
“Our Audiences absolutely loved this performance. This show really woke our audiences up and reminded them of the joy of live performances. They were so engaged in the music,many were dancing in the isles and singing along the whole time.” – Performing Arts Center at
Georgia Southern University